Timestamping White Paper

It has been customary throughout the centuries to record the date of the event, in registers. The practice of associating a date or even a time with an event or a document, also called “timestamping”, has its roots in the need to produce evidence to assert or confirm a right or an obligation during a dispute or litigation. This white paper explains the ins and outs of timestamping in our modern digitized economy.

Timestamping White Paper
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Vaultinum provides electronic timestamping services as part of its activities as a trusted service provider, particularly for the deposit and archiving of digital assets or for tracing and recording transactions of all sorts.

The white paper covers the following topics:

  • What is electronic timestamping and how does it work?
  • The legal admissibility of electronic timestamping as evidence.
  • Electronic timestamping and blockchain.
  • Requirements for trust service providers.
  • Various uses of electronic timestamping.

About Vaultinum

We are a trusted independent third party specialised in the protection and audit of digital assets.
Since 1976, we have enabled thousands of digital creators, businesses and investors secure their innovations by providing solutions to protect their intellectual property, ensure the continuity of their business activity, provide digital proof of event, and mitigate IP, cyber and software risks.